Richmond:: edges Buckfield in battle of unbeatens

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Richmond:: edges Buckfield in battle of unbeatens

Postby SJ » Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:54 am

Richmond edges St. Dom's, 1-0

...Vachon’s goal came with 17:13 remaining in the game and was only the Bobcats' second shot on goal of the second half. In the first half, both teams traded shots, with St. Dom’s young squad racking up eight.

“I’m really happy with how we played,” Saints head coach Martin Bressler said. “Most of our core are sophomores and our goalkeepers are freshmen, so we are going to take this moving forward and just continue to get better.”

The Saints used two goalkeepers in the game, with Matt Gosselin facing the majority of shots in the second half.

“This season they’re battling it out,” Bressler said. “They know that by next year they have to battle for the job and the other will be a field player.”

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Richmond:: edges Buckfield in battle of unbeatens

Postby SJ » Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:17 am

Richmond boys' soccer edges Buckfield in battle of unbeatens

...On Tuesday, the Bobcats controlled the narrow midfield in the first half, leading directly to a pair of Matt Rines goals, good enough for a 2-1 victory over their rivals.

Richmond improved to 6-0, while the Bucks dropped their first game to fall to 5-1.

“These games with Buckfield are so competitive, and you can’t make mistakes,” Richmond coach Peter Gardner said.

Richmond owned the midfield in the opening half, led by Zach Small, who battled all day with Bucks standout midfielder Ethan Jackson.

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